receive 英[rɪˈsi:v] 美[rɪˈsiv]
vt. 收到; 接待; 接到; 接纳;
vt. 接收; 受理; 欢迎; 承受;
vi. 接到，获得; 接见，欢迎; [电子学] 接收; [橄榄球] 接球;
第三人称单数：receives 现在分词：receiving 过去式：received 过去分词：received
I've just received a telegram. 我刚收到一份电报.
They received the support of the workers. 他们得到工人们的支持.
His speech was well received. 他的演讲很受欢迎.
They received us most cordially. 他们热忱地接待了我们.
At some point, the technical analyst will receive a signal. 有些情况下，技术分析师将获得一个信号。
The hall can receive 4,000 people.这个大厅能容纳 4000 人。
It is more blessed to give than to receive. 施比受更有福.
Mr. Reed receives on Thursday afternoons. 里得先生星期四下午接见客人.
1. receive 通常指被动地“收到”或“接到”，而 accept 则指主动地“接受”。如：
We haven’t received his letter for a long time. 我们很久没有收到他的来信了。
She offered him a lift and he accepted (it). 她请他坐她的车，他就领情了。
She received his present, but she didn’t accept it. 她收到了他的礼物，但是没有接受。
注意：有时用词要视语言习惯而定，而不能简单地认为 receive＝收到，accept＝接受。如“接受礼物”说成英语是 accept a gift, 而“接受教育”却是 receive an education。
2. 表示“接见”、“接待”时，要用 receive 而不用 accept。如：
She was warmly received. 她受到热情接待。
receive an email 收到一封邮件
You will receive an email notice about such cancellation.
receive a phone call 接到一通电话
Tomorrow you will receive a phone call.
receive a present 收到一件礼物
Whoever comes first will receive a present.
receive a scholarship 得到奖学金
receive a good education 受到良好教育
People choose accredited schools to receive a good education and earn a real degree.
receive an injury 受伤
receive treatment 接受治疗
Many mentally ill children do not receive treatment.
receive thanks 受感谢
He was singled out to receive special thanks for his help.
receive a signal 接收信号
At some point, the technical analyst will receive a signal.
receive a warm welcome 受到热烈欢迎
You will receive a warm welcome when you come to England.